use while(1) loop and inside the loop read one character at a time.
Break from the loop on getting something other that 0-9.
Handle the space explicitly.
If the numbers are multi-digit numbers you will have to use temp buffer to store the number till u get a space.

WaltP commented: Terrible suggestion -4
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Can anyone help me in suggesting how to prevent "out of memory" exception in java. I am getting this exception when I load a very large data in my application and after running the application for sometime the application throws this exception. I want to know if there is any way (such as some parellel thread) that will keep a check for the maximum memory and when the application crosses some threshold (set manually) it will show some popup and exit instead of hanging the application.
Please suggest.
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may be u can display using cout as

[CODE]
string str;
char buf = (char )&str;
/u need to know the size of 'str'/
/sizeof(str) might work but m not sure about it/
int i;
for(i=0;i<sizeof(str);i++)/considering sizeof() works/
cout<<(unsigned short)*(buf+i)<<",";
[/CODE]
I dont know any feature in KDev for displaying the buffer coz I never worked in that. :)

Hope that helps a bit.

[QUOTE=agr.pallav;1021369]i would like to know the way we can make user enter a number in a menu reply perhaps so that he doesnt have to press the enter key...........i.e. the program automatically proceeds with the give value and doesnt wait for an enter key to be pressed. its easy in foxpro but i dont know the way to do it in C.[/QUOTE]
use getch()

[QUOTE=OSiRiSsk;1008149]ok, i understand now, that it will not do putchar(' ') because the START has true value, so it will ignore all the white spaces until the first letter :)

but how to manage, that the output won't end with one space as it ends in this case.. i cant figure out how to replace last white space with \0, any ideas ?[/QUOTE]

use one more flag for that as
[CODE]

define FALSE 0
define TRUE 1

void VymazBiele()
{
int c;
int start= TRUE;
int spacePrinted=FALSE;
while ( (c = getchar() ) != EOF )
{
if (isspace(c))
{
spacePrinted = FALSE;
while ( (c = getchar() ) != EOF && isspace(c))
{}
}
if (c != EOF)
{
if(start==FALSE && spacePrinted==FALSE)
{
putchar(' ');
spacePrinted = TRUE;
}
putchar(c);
start = FALSE;
}
}
}

[/CODE]

[QUOTE=UmH;1009128]
[CODE]
string name="";
[/CODE][/QUOTE]
u can write
[CODE]
string name;
[/CODE]

[QUOTE=bobsta;1009034]
[CODE]
fourMatrix(fourVector &i, fourVector &j, fourVector &k, fourVector &l): i(i),j(j),k(k),l(l){ }
fourMatrix(fourVector i, fourVector j, fourVector k, fourVector l): i(i),j(j),k(k),l(l){
[/CODE]
[/QUOTE]
those two are the same prototype.U can declare only one of them.

Let me explain:

Say u have two functions:
[CODE]
void test(int x);
void test(int &x);
[/CODE]
when u invoke them
[CODE]
int c=3;
test(c);
[/CODE]
which function should get invoked?

This bring ambiguity. Read the error properly that u had which clearly said that.
[QUOTE=bobsta;1009034]

home/mark/Vega_lib/Source/Geom.h:52: error: call of overloaded ‘fourMatrix(fourVector&, fourVector&, fourVector&, fourVector&)’ is ambiguous
/home/mark/Vega_lib/Source/Geom.h:7: note: candidates are: fourMatrix::fourMatrix(fourVector, fourVector, fourVector, fourVector)
/home/mark/Vega_lib/Source/Geom.h:5: note: fourMatrix::fourMatrix(fourVector&, fourVector&, fourVector&, fourVector&)
[/QUOTE]

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Can anyone help me in extracting all the tables and its contents that are present in a MS word document using c++ or C